Transport Week
Gdynia, Poland 14-15 March 2023

The next edition of the Transport Week conference will be held on 14-15 March, 2023, in Gdynia, Poland. Expert speakers and a fantastic audience will once again tackle topics that shape the current face of the transport sector, from geopolitics, through market analysis to infrastructure development. Transport Week 2023 will feature the first edition of the Baltic Ports for Climate conference, organized in cooperation with the Baltic Ports Organization. The event will focus on an in-depth analysis of the progression of climate change in the Baltic Sea Region, as well as showcase various climate-related projects currently underway in Baltic ports.


Bogdan Ołdakowski

CEO, Actia Forum

Michał Guć

Deputy Mayor, City of Gdynia

Marina Basso Michael

Regional Director Europe, Port of Hamburg Marketing

Andrzej Gab

Director, Cybersecurity Implementation, EY Technology Consulting

Tommaso Spanevello

Head of European Affairs, Horopa Port

Sönke Maatsch​

Head of Maritime Markets, Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics

Dariusz Kryczka

EU Green Deal Center of Excellence Leader, EY

Dr. Stefan Leschka

Head of Ports Advisory, DHI

Jakub Budzyński

Vice President, Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society (PTMEW)

Patrik Hellman

CEO, Port of Kaskinen

Margus Vihman

CCO, Port of Tallinn

Björn Boström

Managing Director, Port of Ystad

Jennie Folkunger

Environmental Manager, Port of Trelleborg

Jan Jarmakowski

Managing Director, Gdynia Container Terminal

Algis Latakas​

Director General, Klaipėda State Seaport Authority​

Michał Tuszyński

Project Manager, Port Development Department, Port of Gdynia Authority

Karno Tenovuo

CEO, Awake.Ai

Jarosław Trybuchowicz

Chief Commercial Officer , Baltic Hub

Malcolm Gregory

CCO, Baltic Hub Container Terminal Sp. z o.o.

Jasper Bank

CCO, Port of Esbjerg

Monika Rozmarynowska-Mrozek

Consulting Projects Leader, Actia Forum

Danique de Jonge

Senior advisor Intermodal & Logistics, Port Governance, Economic Analysis & Statistics, European Sea Ports Organisation

Ulrika Prytz Rugfelt

Chief Communications & Sustainability Officer, Copenhagen Malmö Port

Małgosia Bartosik

Deputy CEO, Wind Europe

Jakub Koczara

Commercial Department Manager, Port of Gdynia Authority S.A.

Marek Prażmak

Deepwater Container Terminal Plenipotentiary, Ports of Szczecin - Świnoujście

Dr. Dorota Książkiewicz

University of Gdańsk

Organiser and Strategic Partners


Honorary Patrons

Media Partners

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